The American Theatre of Actors was founded in 1976 by James Jennings, who continues as its President and Artistic Director. It is a repertory theatre company consisting of 50 actors, 20 playwrights and 10 directors. Its purpose is to promote the development of new playwrights, directors and actors and provide them a creative atmosphere in which to work without the pressures of commercial theatre.
Angry Bubble Productions is a theater, performing arts, and film production company that was established on the Lower East Side in 1999 by Eva Minemar (Artistic Director) and Tony Lepore (Managing Director) for the purpose of presenting new works by both up-and-coming and established artists. Since then, they have produced work in dozens of cities around the world, including New York, Rome, Dubai, Edinburgh, Montreal, San Francisco, etc. www.AngryBubbles.com for more info
Arts@Renaissance is an innovative 4,500 square foot arts space in the restored outpatient building of the Greenpoint Hospital.
Blessed Unrest (theatre for the adventurous) uses the safe structure of training, rehearsal and performance to create an environment where dangerous things can happen. They produce dynamic, disciplined and exuberant new works for the stage in New York City and abroad, building original pieces and reconstructing established texts with their diverse ensemble of artists. They are a non-profit, ensemble-based, experimental theatre company generating original work since 1999.
CAGE productions bring a renewed understanding of the famous works of the Greeks, the Renaissance and the Restoration to new audiences, and brings out the appeal that have lasted for thousands of years. This is done by giving new looks and concepts to texts by modifying costuming, sets, and props, but without changing the text or plot in any way.
The Collapsable Hole on Metropolitan Avenue in Brooklyn is home to the Williamsburg-based performance group Collapsable Giraffe, which uses media, nudity and high-doses of irreverence to spice up its original theater pieces.
Founded in 1972, DCTV is an established media arts resource for NYC’s independent filmmaking community, providing affordable workshops, production equipment rentals, post-production facilities, a signature screening series, renowned youth programming, and more – all under the same roof as its award-winning documentary production house.
Eric Krebs, whose theatrical producing career spans more than 40 years, founded and directed the Off-Broadway’s John Houseman Theater Center and Douglas Fairbanks Theater for over 20 years. He currently operates the Playroom Theater. As a producer, he was most recently represented on Broadway by Bill Maher: Victory Begins At Home (Tony nomination for Best Special Theatrical Event).